Fighting for a U.S. federal budget that prioritizes peace, economic security and shared prosperity
As of October 1, National Priorities Project (NPP) will join the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS).
Budgets are moral documents, and the new president’s budget will reveal so much.
Please mark your calendars and join us for an engaging discussion on the challenges and opportunities that lay ahead.
As if Citizens United weren’t enough, members of Congress are using the federal budget process to open the doors to more money in politics.
Lawmakers return to Capitol Hill today from an August recess with very little time left to pass a budget for fiscal yeat 2016.
Most U.S. universities, like states and local governments, receive a good deal of federal grant money each year, especially for research and development purposes. Michigan State University recently pledged to do half of its $400 million per year purchasing budget with women- and minority-owned businesses.
In May 2014, President Obama signed the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act (DATA Act) into law. Once implemented, the DATA Act will make it easier to understand how the federal government spends money.
No matter who's in office, NPP will continue its pursuit of a transparent, accessible federal budget.
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